questions about bankruptcy

Most of the above mistakes can be fixed by simply by timing when you file your case. There are time periods for many types of transfers or actions — which means the bankruptcy court will examine certain types of transactions only within a certain period of time before you file. By delaying the filing of your bankruptcy until these periods have expired, you may be able to avoid problems. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer can walk you through the process and help you succeed in obtaining a fresh financial start before you file bankruptcy.

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credit after bankruptcy

Your bankruptcy is over when your case is closed, generally soon after you get a discharge. A discharge is when you are no longer legally obligated to pay your debts. When bankruptcy is over, if creditors keep calling you and trying to collect from you, that is a serious violation of the bankruptcy code. However,…

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It is difficult to file bankruptcy with no money. Your attorney will charge you a retainer fee and then there is a court filing fee. In a strange way it’s ironic, but bankruptcy can seem like a very expensive undertaking when you have no money. Bankruptcy with no money can seem impossible. Are you wondering…

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